While some organizations have made a genuine commitment to transforming the way they do things, others simply doubled up on meetings, invited people to attend them, and rushed to check the box next to “collaborative and diverse environment."
Teams that build dynamic, responsive and adaptive learning programs, from sectors as diverse as nuclear power, health care and software engineering, apply the same fundamental rhythm to their approach. That rhythm balances thinking and doing.
Business meetings can be highly productive, offering insights into your organization and employees. They’re also often an exercise in ego, dragging on for far too long, achieving nothing and blocking employees from completing their work.